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dynamicist

(daɪˈnæmɪsɪst)
n
(General Physics) a person who investigates and researches dynamics
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"The dog is an active aerodynamic sampling system that literally reaches out and grabs odorants," explained Matthew Staymates, a mechanical engineer and fluid dynamicist at NIST.
This makes him an inherent freethinker and a prototype of a system dynamicist. It is hardly surprising that Jorgen chose to study at the MIT Sloan School of Management where the theory of system dynamics had been developed.
12935 was named after Zheng Zhemin, a prominent dynamicist and one of the founders of the field of explosion mechanics.
Additionally, this year dynamicist Jeremie Vaubaillon (IMCCE, Paris) predicts that an additional pulse of Perseid activity may come about 12 hours earlier (best for Asia), when Earth should pass very close to a trail of debris that the shower's parent comet (109P/SwiftTuttle) shed in 1862.
Zhengji Zhang is a superb fluid dynamicist with a very wide level of experience.
Hermann Storp, who led development, won the Dynamicist title; while the Mercedes-Benz Research and Development department won Dynamics Team of the Year.
Hermann Storp - who led development of the S-Class - won the Dynamicist title and the wider Mercedes-Benz Research and Development department won Dynamics Team of the Year.
The two awards include the Dynamics Team of the Year and Dynamicist of the Year award.
Muscat: The Toyota-86 was recently praised by the judges of the 2012 Vehicle Dynamics International Awards, with the vehicle being named the sports coupe of the year, while its chief engineer Tetsuya Tada received the title of Dynamicist of the Year.
The global panel of specialist engineers, technologists and journalists have named the sports coupe Car of the Year (jointly with the Subaru BRZ) and honoured its chief engineer Tetsuya Tada as Dynamicist of the Year, alongside Toshio Masuda, his Subaru counterpart on the project.
In each of six categories ('Car of the Year', 'Dynamicist of the Year', 'Dynamics Team of the Year', 'Innovation of the Year', 'Development Tool of the Year', and 'Supplier of the Year'), a shortlist of nominations is drawn up from submissions by the readership and with the input of the VDI editorial team.
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